Dr. Erickson is a board-certified primary care pharmacist in the International Medicine Clinic. She has experience working with very diverse populations and understands the importance of being flexible. She sees patients with a wide variety of conditions, from diabetes to infectious disease--any that require medication use. She is passionate about improving medication adherence, as the best outcomes can only be achieved when patients understand and adhere to the prescribed treatment program. She strives for open-ended communication and treats each individual according to their own goals.
Dr. Erickson is clinical assistant professor at the UW School of Pharmacy. She provides lectures, mentoring, and is an award-winning preceptor at her clinical site. She is happy to be a part of the continued advancement of pharmacy practice, as the profession evolves from distributive to clinical provider roles.
Dr. Erickson has four children and believes in balancing professional and personal life. She enjoys gardening, sports, country music, and spending time with family.
Education and Training
Harborview Medical Center
Residency, 2004, Primary Care
Highline Community Hospital
University of Washington School of Pharmacy
Medical Education, 2002
Pharmacology, 2011, Board of Pharmaceutical Specialties